What Does It Matter?
After reading through the comments today, I am a little disappointed at some of them. When did it become okay for all the personal attacks? I thought I had made it clear that I would not tolerate them here? I have been tied up in my own personal life these past few weeks and also spending my free time helping to launch a campaign for Emma Baldwin on Facebook so have neglected the blog and Ayla's case. Apparently it was not something I was allowed to do because I need to be classroom monitor here as we don't have adults that can discuss and debate this issue without things always turning personal.For two years people wanting justice for Ayla that think Justin is guilty have asked for mainly one thing. For someone that was there that night to talk. IF Tomato Soup was Elisha which I doubt, instead of calling her out that she is Elisha, why not use your suspicions to ask questions of her that could be useful to helping uncover what happened to Ayla? To think someone is just going to come onto a blog and say "Hey, I am Elisha... What do you want to know?" Is incredibly naive. However, regardless whether or not Tomato Soup is Elisha is really irrelevant. This blog has always been open to all sides to discuss their opinions on the case and every one here has to right to anonymity just as every one here has a right to their opinion on the case and has just as much right to discuss it her as the next person does.As far as the comments to Dana, I give him the right to answer what he wants and to delete the ones that have no bearing on Ayla's case. Dana's opinions are not on trial here. He has nothing to do with Ayla's disappearance. You can agree with his opinion or not but again he should not be personally attacked for his opinions. Dana has done a lot on this blog and others to continually keep discussion going about Ayla and has helped moderate here for me. I don't care what he writes on other blogs, he has a right to his opinion as I have a right to mine. He doesn't have to like or praise Trista just because the majority feel they have to defend her and that she can do no wrong. Period. If you want someone to see your point of view, stop trying to shove it down their throats and instead set it on the table in front of them so they can review and observe it on their own.With that being said, I will attempt to update this blog shortly. If the comments with the personal attacks don't stop, I will just shut it down and not update it. I don't have the patience or time to be a classroom monitor.